What are Career Communities?
As soon as you enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences (ASC), choose a few Career Communities to join. Each community is based around an industry and will offer unique content — such as alumni spotlights, internship and full-time job opportunities, industry resources — as well as in-person connections around similar career interests.
Regardless of your chosen major, you can explore multiple Career Communities and attend events across the industries — you’ll develop a great network for future opportunities and learn about the wonderful career paths available to ASC students.
A series of casual events where you can speak off the record with alumni and employers about potential career fields in a laid-back setting. These events are designed to help you learn about your interests and find meaningful work that you’ll love.
A more professional event series catered to students who have decided upon their career paths and are ready to connect with alumni and employers about opportunities. These events are designed to help you achieve success in your internship and full-time job search.
Education, Non-Profit and Social Services
Education, nonprofit, and social services is a career community focused on serving the public interest through direct work with students, communities large and small, and clients from all ages and walks of life.
Finance, Consulting, Management and Sales
Finance, Consulting, Management, and Sales is a career community focused on careers that provide expertise to maximize profitability or effectiveness and sell resources or goods. Positions will vary widely depending on the type of organization and resource being sold.
Government, International Affairs and Public Policy
Government, International Affairs, and Public Policy is a career community that focuses on governance, national security, Foreign Service, planning, regulation, and administration at the local, state, and federal levels. The positions in this field enforce and determine policy through political systems and institutions, ensuring that fundamental rights are universally guaranteed.
Healthcare and Wellness
Healthcare and wellness is a career community focused on the science of healing and the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease and other physical and mental impairments in humans. It is the largest industry in the United States, employing more than 18 million people.
Journalism, Sports, Entertainment and Production
Journalism, Sports, Entertainment, and Production is a career community that encompasses every facet of the entertainment industry at the local, regional, and national levels. The most common careers in the entertainment cluster can be broken down into production or direction, business or management, and artistic performance.
Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations
Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations is a career community focused on the transferrable skills of written and verbal communication in a variety of different career paths. This includes everything from global, multibillion-dollar businesses that connect manufacturers to consumers and small nonprofits that create and disseminate content specific constituencies or audiences.
Science and Research
Science and Research is a career community focused on planning, management, and research in a variety of scientific and technical environments. Positions in this area may include research and development, laboratory/field work, and sales that focus on improving lives by bringing together technology and sciences.
Technology, Data and Analytics
Technology, Data, and Analytics is a career community focused on the collection of information to solve problems in science, health research, economics, business, engineering, and market research. The industry aims to organize, interpret, and summarize numerical data in order to provide usable information.
Visual, Written and Performing Arts
Visual, Written, and Performing Arts is a career community focused on using various mediums to convey creative expression through visual arts, theatre, dance, and film. Positions in this field spend time developing opportunities to showcase work, building portfolios, studying and rehearsing roles, and collaborating with other arts organizations and individuals.